Welcome to the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Associates’ Program

PEMRAP offers Washington University undergraduate students, interested in pursuing a career in medicine or an allied healthcare field, an opportunity to participate in clinical, patient-oriented research projects at St. Louis Children's Hospital (SLCH) on the Washington University School of Medicine campus.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital (SLCH) is one of the preeminent providers of pediatric healthcare in the nation. It's continually ranked among the best pediatric hospitals in the United States and we're dedicated to finding students who want to learn from the top physicians in their fields.

Course Details

PEMRAP students assist Washington University faculty members who serve as principal investigators (P.I.s) for clinical research studies. Students will attend weekly classes and can shadow in the Emergency Department.

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Student Responsibilities

The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Associates’ Program has several requirements. It's up to you to complete the necessary steps to register and complete this program.

The Requirements/Prerequisites


Your first step is to complete the PEMRAP I registration form in order to express interest in this one-of-a-kind program. We also offer PEMRAP II to advance your Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research skills.

Learn more about registering here